As a trusted financial adviser to many AT&T employees and retirees, we wanted to inform you about recent interest rate changes that will affect your pension payout. If you are planning to retire soon, please review this important information.
How would you like to become an AT&T 401(k) millionaire? The steps to achieving millionaire status are simple; the hard part is exercising the discipline to build a plan and stick with it. Certainly, it’s easier said than done, but the rules make it a very attainable goal.
Want to close out the year on a financial high note? Then use the last couple months of the year to get your finances in order. A little year-end financial housekeeping lets you potentially lower your current tax bill and prepare your investments and budget for a successful new year.
For our AT&T blog this month, we’d like to address a recent change to the AT&T pension plan. It has big implications for some current and former AT&T employees. (Check out all our previous AT&T articles here.)
The last few years before you retire from AT&T can be the most exciting yet scariest time of your life. You may have strong feelings of anticipation but also fear of what the future may hold. One minute you’re thinking, I can’t wait!, and the next you’re wondering, Am I ready?
To appropriately plan for the future, you and your spouse should know what to do upon the unfortunate passing of the other. Just imagine if your spouse must suddenly take control of the household’s finances without knowing what funds are rightly owed to him or her.
As a current or former AT&T employee, you know your pension will be a major retirement life line. What you may not know is what type of AT&T pension you actually have. There are two types, depending on your years of service: a vested pension and a service pension. Those who earn the former have an important decision to make.